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|Date of birth||January 31, 1977|
|Fact||Fox News correspondent.|
Molly Line is an American journalist, best known as one of the Fox News Channel’s news correspondents.
Early life and family
Molly Line was born on January 31, 1977 in West Virginia, USA. Not much information is known about her family except for a photo she had with her mother that she posted on her Twitter account greeting her on Mother’s Day in 2019.
She graduated from Tucker County High School in Hambleton, West Virginia in 1995. She graduated in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and political science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Molly competed in the Miss West Virginia beauty pageant four times, the first time in 1995 as Miss Tucker County, the second time in 1997 as Miss Greater Bluefield Area where she was one of the top ten semifinalists, the third time in 1999 as Miss Canaan Valley, and the last time was in 2000 as Miss Rhododendron in which she won the Miss Preliminary Talent Award and placed third in Miss West Virginia.
Her journalistic career began when she joined the CBS-affiliated TV station WDTV VHF digital channel 5 in Bridgeport, WV from 1999 to 2000 as a photographer and reporter.
She then moved to Albany, New York State to work as a host and reporter for two years (2000-2002) at the Fox-affiliated TV station, virtual channel 23 WXXA-TV.
She also worked for three years (December 2002-December 2005) as a reporter and host at WFXT Boston 25 Virtual Channel, a Fox-affiliated TV station licensed to Boston, Massachusetts. It was during her stay there that she covered news of the conviction of al-Quaeda member, Richard Reid, who was dubbed as the “Shoe Bomber” when he attempted to detonate the bomb in his shoes in December 2001, but failed to detonate the bomb in his shoes to bring.
She also covered the 2003 fire at The Station nightclub, which injured 230 and killed 100 people, including rock band Great White guitarist Ty Longley, when fireworks set off caused the fire to ignite and spread. The fire, intense heat, black smoke and crowds of people all rushing to flee the place resulted in a high number of casualties; only 132 people escaped without injury but suffered psychological trauma.
Line joined the Fox News Channel in January 2006 and worked as a news correspondent. She reported on the arrest and extradition of Neil Entwistle for the alleged murder of his wife Rachel and 9-month-old baby Lilian at their rented home in January 2006.
He was later convicted and is still serving his life sentence at the medium-security prison, Old Colony Correctional Center, in Bridgeport without the possibility of parole.
She also covered the 2007 Boston Mooninite Panic. On January 31, 2007, a suspicious object believed to be an explosive device was reported to the police on Interstate 93 above Sullivan Station, and the Boston Police Department’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal was called. to identify and detonate the device. Several emergency services were on the scene. Officials reported that it was not a bomb, calling it a hoax device that had some characteristics similar to those of an improvised explosive device.
Back on w@EricShawnTV4-6 p.m. ET@Fox newsInterview w@danielhoffmanDC @susanferrechio #G7Biarritz We talk about the global economy, #China and domestic terrorism pic.twitter.com/xOFpIXDCAB
— Molly Line (@MollyLineFNC) August 24, 2019
Another was spotted and reported in a different location. The 1 x 1.5 device was actually an LED board with a Mooninite character giving the finger; Mooninite was a character from the adult animated series of ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’. About 40 of these devices were made and 20 were put up two weeks earlier, with the rest installed just two days before it was first reported. It was part of the promotional marketing campaign for their upcoming movie.
Molly was trying her hand at acting when she was cast as one of the Divine Dating Angels in the dark comedy movie“My Last Five Girlfriends”, which premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival and was distributed by Paramount Pictures International.
It was based on Alain de Botton’s best-selling novel, Essays on Love, which has sold over two million copies. She did not participate in other films and continued her work at Fox News.
On October 14, 2012, Molly provided a live coverage of what became the deadliest elementary/high school mass shooting in U.S. history. 20-year-old Adam Lanza killed his 52-year-old mother, Nancy, at their home, then drove his mother’s car to Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, killing a total of 26 people, 20 of whom were six – and seven-year-old children and the rest school staff.
The first emergency call was around 9:35 am. He committed suicide five minutes before Newton police entered the school grounds at 9:45 am
She appeared for an episode on several Fox News Channel shows, including “The O’Reilly Factor” (2011), “Huckabee” (2012), and “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace” (2012). Line would appear for several episodes as a news contributor on the news and political commentary show “Special Report with Bret Baier” (2012-2015), as well as a semi-regular guest co-host during weekend afternoons on “America’s News Headquarters”. (2016-2019). Shows in which she appeared frequently included “Happening Now” (2012-2017), “Fox and Friends” (2012-2019), and “Fox Report with Jon Scott” (2012-2020).
Other 2019 news she covered included the 12e century fire at Notre-Dame de Paris and the American university admissions bribery scandal.
Molly met Matt when they were still at Virginia Tech and her classmate, Paul, who happened to be Matt’s roommate, introduced them one night at a diner, but it wasn’t until years later when they both got jobs in New England that they started dating . They became engaged on June 9, 2011 and were married on July 21, 2012 at Jackson Community Church in Jackson, New Hampshire. They have one daughter named Marynborn August 9, 2016.
Thanks for all the sweet wishes! We are a little tired, but enjoy every second of this long awaited blessing. ❤️
Posted by Molly Line On Wednesday September 7, 2016
Interesting facts and rumours
- Molly enjoys hiking, biking, skiing and diving.
- She doesn’t post much about her personal life except for a photo of her daughter in September 2016 on her Facebook page @MollyLine. Her interest in urban gardening was also evident in her posts here.
- Her Instagram account @mollylinefnc was last updated in February 2017. She is more active on her Twitter account @MollyLineFNC, with her profile description including happily married and a new mom. Her tweets are mostly work related, though she posted a family photo every Christmas as well as pictures of her daughter on the 4e of July, Halloween and Easter.
She is 1.7m tall, weighs 60kg and her vital statistics are 26-36-37. She has dark brown hair and blue eyes.
Hair net value as of May 2020 is estimated to be worth $2.5 million according to authoritative sources, as she had worked in over 25 shows on the Fox News Channel since she was hired in 2006, and still works in some of them as a news correspondent, contributor, and co-host.
|First and last name||Molly Line|
|Date of birth||January 31, 1977|
|1||Fox News correspondent.|
|My last five girlfriends||2009||Divine Dating Angel|
|The headquarters of the American news||2016-2017||TV serials||Herself – Fox News Correspondent / Herself – Guest Co-Hostess / Herself – Co-Hostess|
|America’s Newsroom||2012-2017||TV serials||Herself / Herself – guest co-hostess|
|Fox report||2012-2017||TV serials||Herself / Herself – Hostess / Herself – Fox News Correspondent|
|Happening now||2012-2017||TV serials||Herself / Herself – guest co-hostess|
|Fox and friends||2012-2016||TV serials||Herself / Herself – Fox News Correspondent|
|The real story with Gretchen Carlson||2015||TV serials||Himself – Fox News Correspondent|
|Special report with Bret Baier||2012-2015||TV serials||Herself / Herself – Fox News Correspondent|
|Stossel||2015||TV serials||Himself – Fox News Correspondent|
|Sunday Home visit||2014||TV serials||Self – guest co-hostess|
|The five||2014||TV serials||herself|
|America Live||2012-2013||TV serials||herself|
|Studio B||2012-2013||TV serials||herself|
|Your world with Neil Cavuto||2012-2013||TV serials||herself|
|Geraldo in large||2012-2013||Documentary about the TV series||herself|
|Justice with Judge Jeanine||2012-2013||TV serials||herself|
|Lou Dobbs tonight||2013||TV serials||herself|
|On the Record with Brit Hume||2013||TV serials||herself|
|Fox News Sunday||2012||TV serials||herself|
|The O’Reilly factor||2011||TV serials||herself|